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« on: June 29, 2007, 06:46:45 PM »
I wanted to take the GMAT just in case before I get out of school and forget everything...
I heard there is business math and LR type stuff on there. I kill LR, and I was engineering so I think I can get a handle on the math pretty easily.
Anyone here who's taken the GMAT, how tough is it and how much did you bother studying?
« on: June 15, 2007, 09:24:42 PM »
I just bought a Meizu M6 Miniplayer, which is a chinese music/picture/video flash player.
Available in 2/4/8 GB flash, white and black, they are slightly wider and thicker than a nano, but the screen is more than double the size of a nano and has much better resolution.
They require no drivers, and show up as a hard drive on your computer when plugged in, for simple drag and drop music, pictures, and movies, which means no need for crappy itunes anymore.
These play MP3, MP2, WMA, OGG audio files, AVI movie files, and BMP, JPEG and animated GIF picture files
It also has a decent to good FM tuner as well, which the nano does not have.
The Meizu M6 comes standard with an easy to use voice recorder.
The battery life kills that of an ipod nano; the company quotes it at 36 hours of mp3 playback per charge.
They are also cheaper than the nano. The 2 and 4 gig models can be had from several online retailers for under 100 dollars, and the 8 gb model was purchased from ebay for 170 shipped by yours truly.
Anyway, read some reviews online for this if you are in the market, they are all stellar. Ipod killer has been thrown around loosely in the industry, but this one really does.
Im very conflicted on this choice. Tulane offered money that would make both around the same price. Im looking to do IP/patent law, but am somewhat interested in the sports law program. Heres whats going on in my head...
National Placement options
Good food/music/social scene
Good opportunity to do some unique pro bono type things with the condition the city is in
Lower quality of life while in LS
Safer and nicer city with less rain and water
Good opportunity to land a Dallas corporate law job
Stuck with a Dallas job
Behind the UT grads for Texas jobs
So I guess it comes down to: Is it worth sacrificing quality of life for 3 years for more job locations/prospects upon graduation? I am currently leaning Tulane, but would like input if anyone has it.
« on: April 24, 2007, 04:41:15 PM »
Discuss. Im half serious... at this point, what do I have to lose? Im probably not getting off any WLs if I sit around and do nothing, itll be fun, and someone over there may find it humorous enough to let me in.
« on: April 19, 2007, 07:48:51 PM »
Im starting to look for rate plans and the best smartphone/PDA that can do Mobile Office and internet browsing etc.
Can any people comment on the usefulness of having said equipment for law school? Also, any recommendations on what rate plan and what PDA/Smartphone would be appreciated.